Supports Hormonal Health
Blood glucose control, reproductive support, ovarian support, hormone support, improved IVF outcomes.
Supports Healthy Fetal Development
Our product provides the recommended daily amounts of folate and vitamin D to support healthy development of the neural tube and associated structures during embryonic/fetal development and may even promote full-gestation births.
Supports Bone Health and Insulin Sensitivity
The inositols and vitamin D can help pregnant and lactating women and older adults support their blood glucose levels and bone health by aiding in hormone balance and calcium absorption.
Take 4 capsules (1 serving) daily, preferably with a meal, or as directed by a physician. For those with a sensitive constitution, take ½ of a serving (2 capsules) at once, twice per day.
Use only as directed. Consult your healthcare provider before use if you are contemplating pregnancy, pregnant, nursing, have any medical conditions, or use any medications. For adult use only. Keep this product out of reach of children. Do not use if tamper evident seal is broken or missing. Store in a cool, dry place.
Please use caution when taking this product alongside any other supplement or medication that can lower blood sugar levels as this combination may increase the risk of hypoglycemia.
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Part of the Vitamin B complex family, Myo-Inositol has been shown to promote female fertility through supporting hormone balance and ovarian function.
D-Chiro Inositol supports balanced metabolic health for women.
Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol)
Vitamin D3 is organically produced in the body when the skin is exposed to UVB rays from the sun, which triggers its synthesis. Vitamin D3 can also be obtained from the diet in animal foods (fatty fish, egg yolk).
Folate (as L-5-Methyltetrahydrofolate or MTHF)
MTHF is the predominant and bioactive form of folate, or Vitamin B9. Both the synthetic form (folic acid) and the natural folate form (found in foods) are converted in the body to MTHF.
I tested my progesterone before taking these, it was undetectable it was so low. Then my doctor just tested me after a couple months taking these regularly, and my hormones tested normal! I have NEVER had a period multiple months in a row at the same time of month until now! 3 months of being normal! Thank you!
Struggling with PCOS my whole life, I was thrilled when I learned about inositol and all the amazing things it is suppose to do for hormonal balancing and restoring a normal cycle. Supplements can be so hard to navigate so when I found one with good reviews, cute branding, and affordability, I was sold! I’ve been taking this supplement for a just about a year now and honestly, I haven’t noticed any changes. My hormones and blood sugar is still just as all over the place and my cycle hasn’t returned. Maybe that’s just my body, however one thing I did noticed was the inconsistency in the product itself. Some of the capsules are filled to the max while others have a good sized gap. This isn’t just a fluke with my most recent purchase, it’s been consistent with all my purchases. My other concern is just how many capsules a dosage is. I feel like it could easily fit into just two larger capsules instead of four small ones (especially since they aren’t being filled consistently). I have hope for the future do this product, I can see what they are trying to do with it and I’m so happy for those who have had great results, but this product is not for me. I would love to see consistently and larger capsule sizes.
I started taking these capsules in December 2021 to regulate my cycle. My cycles were long (50-90+ days) and it showed up whenever it wanted. I noticed a difference in my mood fairly quickly, (felt lighter and generally happier) and had less cravings for sweet snacks. My period showed up quickly too, I can't remember the exact number of days but within the first 10 days of taking the supplement for sure. My goal with taking this supplement was to regulate my cycles enough to get pregnant, we had been trying for almost 2.5 years before starting this supplement. I finally got a positive pregnancy test in May 2022, and I'm owing it to wholesome story. Nothing else worked for us. I recommend this product wholeheartedly to anyone trying to conceive. I now have a super cute three-month-old baby and it seems so unreal after waiting for so long. Also, another happy side effect of taking this product was that because I was snacking less, I lost 25 pounds before conceiving.
Myo-Inositol & D-Chiro Inositol + MTHF Folate + Vitamin D3
I am 37 and have had lifelong struggles with my menstrual health. I started taking this after going to my doctor convinced I was getting close to peri-menopause. I started noticing changes in the first month: less moodiness, sugar cravings and the feeling I was always starving disappeared, and I lost 10 pounds! That part was a bonus because I was actually happy at my original weight, seems to have been mostly inflammation that just melted away.